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Governor Gavin Newsom’s plan to transform San Quentin State Prison into a rehabilitation center has faced criticism from crime victims’ advocates who claim it is dangerous and far-fetched.

The plan has been opposed by Mark Class, whose daughter was kidnapped and murdered by convicted killer Richard Allen Davis, who was released from San Quentin in 1993 after completing a rehab program.

Critics argue that rehabilitation works better with less serious offenders and low-level facilities like county jails.

They also claim that resources should go to help people who are victimized by crime instead of trying to rehabilitate violent offenders like Davis.

Some have described the idea of rehabilitating violent offenders as “absolutely ludicrous.”

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